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The Washington Redskins (0-3) drop anther loss to the Chicago Bears (2-1) in an embarrassing outing on Monday Night Football, 30-15.
With so much controversy inside the Redskins’ locker room, the Redskins couldn’t muster up any type of energy in the first half of the game. They went into the half trailing 28-3.
Case Keenum who went 30/43 for 331 yards and two touchdowns with three interceptions, committed five turnovers in all, including three (two interceptions and a fumble) in the first half, which one turned into a pick-six.
Bears quarterback, Mitchell Trubisky, broke out of a slump and threw for 231 yards going 21/35 and three touchdowns. He also threw an interception.
Coach Jay Gruden kept Keenum in despite his struggles and didn’t put rookie Dwayne Haskins.
Washington hopes to record their first win next week at Metlife Field when they face the New York Giants (1-2).